Formerly known as Clambakes of Massachusetts, East Coast Clambakes is a full-service catering company specializing in New England-style clambakes, barbeques and pig roasts. Our exceptional service, delicious food and attention to detail set us apart from your typical New England clambake caterer.
Our clambakes are perfect for any event, whether formal or casual, including weddings, family gatherings, corporate events, private parties, reunions and any other special occasion. We prepare and cook all of our meals fresh at your location. All you need is a space, guests and an occasion, and you can leave the rest to us.
Serving the entire state of Massachusetts, including Worcester, Plymouth, Framingham, Boston, Cambridge, Springfield, Pittsfield and Western MA, East Coast Clambakes will make your event one to remember.
All Events Include:
Buffet tables, Serving dishes, Heavy-duty disposable plates, Plastic utensils, and Lobster bibs, Napkins, Wet wipes and all appropriate condiments.
Our staff will prepare, cook and serve your meal buffet style. Following your meal the staff will clean the cooking and serving area and remove any trash that has accumulated from the service.
7% State of MA meals tax is added to the cost. Staff gratuity is not included in contract price unless requested.
LOCATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS
A vibrant city with a rich history dating back to its incorporation in 1700. Nestled in Middlesex County and part of the MetroWest region, it has grown from a small settlement to a bustling city.
Today, Framingham serves as the hub of the MetroWest and is home to numerous attractions such as the New England Wild Flower Society Garden in the Woods, Cushing Memorial Park, and AMC Framingham 16.
As a coastal state, Massachusetts has a long-standing tradition of clambakes, and Framingham is no exception. Our team at East Coast Clambakes is proud to bring this authentic seaside experience to you!
Established in 1630 as New Towne and later renamed Cambridge in 1638, this city has a fascinating history. The union of three rival villages in 1846 created the vibrant Cambridge we see today.
With a population of around 116,892, it's a city that beautifully blends historical allure with modern energy. Known globally for housing world-class institutions like Harvard University and MIT, Cambridge is a hub of intellectual stimulation and cultural diversity.
And here at East Coast Clambakes, we're passionate about extending the enduring tradition of clambakes to Cambridge. Each clambake we offer is an ode to New England's rich seafood culture. It's not just food–it's a flavorful narrative that captures Cambridge's unique blend of history and modernity.
Incorporated in 1826 as a mill town and named after Francis Cabot Lowell, it was originally a farming community known as East Chelmsford.
Today, this Renaissance city is an exhilarating intersection of diverse cultures, history, and creativity. With a population of over 110,000, it's renowned as an industrial powerhouse and a birthplace of innovation and also home to the Lowell National Historical Park, where history comes alive.
And we're thrilled to add another layer to Lowell's rich tapestry - the tradition of clambakes. Each clambake we serve is not just a feast—it's a celebration of New England's seafood heritage. Our clambakes capture the essence of Lowell's industrial spirit and cultural diversity, making every bite a journey through history.
Established in 1638 by Watertown residents and English colonists, Sudbury was incorporated in 1639. Named after Sudbury, Suffolk, England, this town has a rich history that harks back to the early days of colonial settlement.
With a population of approximately 18,934, it is a charming town nestled in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Known for its strong community spirit and commitment to preserving its historical roots, its history is a testament to the town's resilience and independent spirit.
At East Coast Clambakes, we're delighted to bring this enduring tradition of clambakes to Sudbury. Every clambake we offer is a tribute to New England's rich seafood heritage. We blend the flavors of fresh, local seafood with Sudbury's unique historical narrative, creating a culinary experience that speaks to the town's past and present.
CLAMBAKE CATERING IN MASSACHUSETTS
Massachusetts has a rich history intertwined with clams, showcasing the state's close relationship with its coastal environment and the bounty it provides. Clams have played a significant role in the culinary traditions and economy of Massachusetts for centuries.
The Native American tribes of Massachusetts, such as the Wampanoag and the Nipmuc, were the first to recognize the abundance of clams in the region. They harvested clams from the coastal waters and estuaries, incorporating them into their diets and using their shells for various purposes.
The arrival of European settlers in the 17th century further elevated the importance of clams. Clamming quickly became a vital industry, with towns like Ipswich and Wellfleet gaining reputations as prime clamming locations. In fact, Ipswich clams, known for their tender texture and sweet flavor, are still highly sought after today.
Clam chowder, a beloved dish in Massachusetts, emerged as a staple in the 18th and 19th centuries. Made with fresh clams, potatoes, onions, and cream, this hearty soup became synonymous with New England cuisine. It remains an iconic symbol of Massachusetts' clam culture.
Over time, clamming evolved into a recreational activity as well, with locals and visitors engaging in clam digs along the coastline. The annual Wellfleet OysterFest and Ipswich Clambake Festival attract crowds eager to savor the local delicacies and celebrate the state's clamming heritage.
Massachusetts' historical connection to clams endures, and the clam industry continues to thrive. It supports local businesses, sustains coastal communities, and provides delicious seafood experiences for both residents and tourists. Clams remain a treasured part of the state's cultural fabric, reflecting its deep appreciation for its maritime heritage and the bountiful resources found along its shores.
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